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**• flutes, and oftener sing and swear.
^ civil people and inoffensive, except
"^onbled with a headache. This place
been very moderate, and no blood
here, notwithstanding the endeavours
sa.y the Tesica1 will go in her turn.
Spain and Austria support her, but
^ Scarlet Lady drops, it will be a bad
Au Colombier, July zqth, 1797.
from the house of M. Cumpel-
's partner, with a name as soft
-txose in Duten's story,2 where I came
> meet Mademoiselle Perregaux and a
ends. It is near Arpajcmj an antique
mcied with moats, charmilles and gar-
little river Remarde runs by the edge
en, under shady bowers, very rural and
eiamatic. I crossed the country from
Tlie Scarlet Lady, Rome.
cistn. gentleman complained to him of the harsh-
Italian names, and said German ones were
ounce, such as Schwartzenburg, &c.